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Posted: Friday, August 16, 2013 3:24 pm

Ginger is a 2-year-old “cockapoo” who was born on June 7, 2011. She has been spayed, her vaccinations are current and she has a microchip. Ginger’s original family wasn’t used to having a dog inside their home, so she has spent her life in the garage. She is trained to use potty pads and is smart, so she could be house-trained.

Ginger is shy with new people, but give her a piece of chicken or a baby carrot and she will warm up quickly. She gets along very well with a group of dogs out in the play yard, but one-on-one she wants to play roughly. She has not learned how to play gently, but she can be taught. Ginger is sweet and loving, and loves to be cuddled. She also enjoys going for car rides and walks with the “Walk n Wag” group.

Ginger has a luxating patella. There are things that can be done for her without surgery. She can go years without surgery or never require it, or sometime in the future she may need surgery. For more information about luxating patella visit www.tinyurl.com/86erzqd.

Since Ginger can play rough even with her people, and she was used to living with teenagers, she is not recommended for a home with children.

Ginger is being offered for adoption through Animal Friends Connection, a Lodi nonprofit organization dedicated to helping companion animals since 1990. For more information about Ginger, call or 209-365-0535.

To view other dogs and cats available for adoption, visit the sanctuary at 933 S. Cherokee Lane, Lodi, or visit www.animalfriendsconnect.org or www.facebook.com/animalfriendsconnection. Sanctuary hours are from noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekends.

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Hunter is being offered for adoption through Cats of All Colors, a San Joaquin County-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of cats. Courtesy photograph

Hunter is a shaded, lynx-point Siamese cat who is looking for his forever home. He is estimated to be 3 or 4 years old. Hunter is sweet, quiet and easygoing. He gets along well with other animals.

If you are interested in adopting Hunter, come and meet him. For more information about Hunter, call 209-369-6076.

Hunter is being offered for adoption through Cats of All Colors, a San Joaquin County-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of cats.

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Sweetie 2 is being offered for adoption through PALS, a Lodi-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of companion animals in Lodi. Courtesy photograph

Sweetie 2 is an affectionate, 4-year-old flame-point Siamese mix cat with blue eyes. Her current owner can no longer care for her, so she is looking for a new family and forever home. If you are interested in adopting Sweetie 2, come and meet her.

Sweetie 2 is being offered for adoption through PALS, a Lodi-based nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of companion animals in Lodi. For more information about Sweetie 2, please call PALS at 209-224-0354 or email pals.lodi@yahoo.com.

To see other cats and dogs available for adoption, visit the PALS Adoption Center at 1405 W. Kettleman Lane, Lodi; or visit www.palslodi.org and www.petfinder.com. Center hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., closed Sunday and Monday.

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